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DFOC Annual Dinner 2014

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Please join us for the:

Democratic Foundation of Orange County
2014 Annual Dinner

Sunday, November 16, 2014 
At the Irvine Hilton.

 

This Year’s Honorees Include:


The Honorable Loretta Sanchez

Loretta Sanchez
Congresswoman for the 46th Congressional District
The Wylie A. Aitken Award for Excellence in Leadership

The Honorable Miguel Pulido

 

Mayor of Santa Ana
The Richard J. O’Neill Award for Excellence in Service
 
VerLyn “Sonny” Jensen
The Howard Adler Award 
for Excellence in the Art and Science of Politics
DATE:  Sunday, November 16, 2014
TIME:  5:00pm to 8:00pm (5pm Reception/6pm Dinner)
LOCATION:  The Irvine Hilton, Irvine
TICKETS: $170 Individual Tickets

Click here to reserve your ticket online using our secure page!

https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/dfocannualdinner2014

Sponsorships:
Diamond Sponsorship Package: $10,000
(Purchase by Oct. 3 for only $7,000.)
Includes 2 tables of 10, Front Inside Page ad in Program Book,
and Special Recognition.Platinum Sponsorship Package: $5,000
(Purchase by Oct. 3 for only $3,000.)
Includes table of 10, Full Page ad in Program Book, and Special Recognition.Gold Sponsorship Package: $2,500
Includes table of 8, Half Page ad in Program Book, and Special Recognition.
For sponsorship/advertising opportunities, click here for details.
https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/2014annualdinnersponsorshipsPlease contact Lee Adams via email: info@dfoc.com,  or phone (714) 979-4436 to purchase tickets or sponsorships!
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Azim Khamisa Luncheon: Inspirational and Profound

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D7K_8841Wednesday, October 1, we held a luncheon honoring Author/Speaker/Head of the Tariq Khamisa Foundation.  Tariq Khamisa was Azim’s son.  Tariq was a San Diego student, when he was murdered by a 14 year-old gang member as part of what appears to have been a gang initiation.  The 14 year-old, Tony Hicks, was the first person under sixteen who was tried as an adult in California.

Azim has forgiven Tony, and has established the Tariq Khamisa Foundation, which keeps kids out of gangs and away from violence.  The story of Azim’s road to forgiveness, and Tony’s resultant personal redemption is breath-taking, riveting, and very practical.  You may want to read one of Azim’s books, which are available at Amazon.  

Thank you.

Dan Jacobson

Chair, DFOC

 

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